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New app keeps students safe

March 14, 2017 0

By Nikki Papatsoumas A former Massey student was recently nominated for a national award after designing an app which will help keep people safe. Verisafe is an app designed to keep people and students safe, when they are alone, in [Read More]

New head for CoCA students

March 13, 2017 0

By Kasharn Rao Massey’s design school has a new leader at its helm. Professor Brian Lucid has been appointed Head of the School of Design and the seasoned educator brings with him new initiative and fresh ideas. Professor Lucid emigrated [Read More]

New campaign launch for Wellington

March 13, 2017 0

By Kasharn Rao A new partnership between the Wellington City Council and the police aims to encourage young people to understand the consequences of their actions. ‘Check Yourself’ is a harm reduction, social marketing campaign that inspires behavioural change by [Read More]

Te Kuratini Marae build is stalled

March 13, 2017 0

By Kasharn Rao There are concerns construction of Te Kuratini Marae at Wellington’s campus will have an effect on Orientation Week activites. The $1.8 million revamp of the marae began in 2014 and while work was set to be completed [Read More]

Daniel’s Flatting Story

December 15, 2016 0

Wellington students are struggling to juggle flat issues and end-of-year exam preparations. Daniel Musson is a second year Communications undergraduate and just one of many people from Massey who is finding it difficult to cope with university and housing stress. [Read More]

WOW wows

October 11, 2016 0

Wellington’s fashion and art scene has come alive in the past three weeks with the arrival of the 2016 World of Wearable Art Awards Show (WOW). The annual WOW show attracts designers from all over the world and finalists compete [Read More]

Infamous crossing ‘pretty fucking dangerous’

October 11, 2016 0

Following a recent accident on Wallace Street, Massey University students are calling for change in pedestrian safety in the densely student populated suburb of Mount Cook. A pedestrian was taken to hospital around 8 p.m. on Monday, September  26, suffering [Read More]

Lobby group will get you woke on rental property policy

October 5, 2016 0

Tenant lobby group Renters United is challenging by-election candidates on plans to provide healthier and more secure rental housing for Wellingtonians. Renters United member Anna ‘Cookie’ Mooney says the organisation will seek support from candidates on rental conditions for students in [Read More]

Massey students flying the flag

October 5, 2016 0

A class of 14 Massey design students were tasked with designing a flag that represents and reflects the Wellington waterfront, with the top seven submissions to be flown in Frank Kitts Park over the summer. The class have spent the [Read More]

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